Cat Tien National Park Vietnam

  Whether you love to explore untouched forest, challenge yourself to off-the-beaten-track trekking or catch a glimpse of little-known wildlife, National Park of Cat Tien near Ho Chi Minh City is the ultimate expedition for nature-lovers. Cat Tien Nark is home to a vast array of wildlife, including many hundreds species of mammals, reptiles, birds and fish. Primates are particularly very prevalent, especially gibbons and langurs, as well as Asian elephants, sun bears and clouded leopards. However, the most impressive inhabitants in national park are perhaps the plants, with the area boasting an incredible 1,610 species of botanical plants. Originally, the National Park was split into three separate parks, Nam Cát Tiên, Tây Cát Tiên and Cat Loc. But, when Vietnamese Javan rhinoceros were discovered here latter, the three areas merged to better accommodate their breeding. The Rhinoceros are not only endangered animals to benefit from the protected area either